The Hills Are Alive, Austria.

Hi Friends, These pictures are from a road trip I took with a dear friend through the Austrian Alps. These were taken on a delightfully mild Spring day, where the temperature was low but the sun burnt so brightly that I needed sunscreen. I have never seen grass so green as this! I fell in […]

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Tegernsee, Germany.

Hi Friends, Have you ever walked for hours, unable to stop because the beauty you were encountering was so wonderfully addictive? You needed to see more of it, so you just kept going? Then you realised it was getting dark… oops. Then you end up having a coffee at a petrol station and having potato […]

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East Coast Tasmania Tour

  Hi Everyone, As mentioned in my previous post, I celebrated my birthday by spending a weekend in Tasmania. Initially, I intended on renting a van and driving around Tasmania for 3 days, unfortunately, I found that most rental companies allowed renting for a minimum of 5 days. Fortunately, a savvy Scottish friend of mine, […]

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A spontaneous birthday in Hobart, Tasmania.

Hi Friends! Apologies for not posting for a while. Admittedly, I was stuck in a rut for a while. Luckily,¬†in recent times I have been extremely inspired. I have been learning more about photography which has been a fascinating and incredibly fun experience. I hope you will notice this with each new post – I […]

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Wirrawilla Rainforest Walk, Toolangi.

  Hi Friends, In this post, I am going to share with you one of my favourite walking trails I’ve done in Victoria, Australia so far. As aforementioned in my last blog post, I recommend doing this trail in conjunction with the Kalatha Giant Tree Walk. Depending on how fast you walk you can complete […]

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When the travel Gods smiled upon me

Hey Friends, I was thinking recently that something that prevents a lot of people travelling is fear – fear of a lot of different things. Ideas of what could possibly go wrong could be¬†stopping you from living your dream. Sure, things can definitely go bad when you are travelling and I won’t deny that at […]

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Running Creek Track, Kinglake.

Hi Everyone, As promised here is the second part of my Kinglake adventure! After visiting Mason Falls and some smaller waterfalls I did a 5.6km hike (return). As aforementioned in my other most recent blog, Kinglake National Park has multiple hiking trails and is very much a ‘choose your own’ adventure type of experience. I […]

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